I think the point is that the W3C or ISO datatypes come with a defined
precision which is explicit eg in the number of digits you supply, and
that there is no need therefore to add an extra attribute.
Note that (as James, I think, pointed out first) "precision" is not the
same as "reliability".
Martin Holmes wrote:
> Hi there,
> Garces, Juan wrote:
>> Please forgive should I not see the obvious, but how do @notBefore/@notAfter and @from/@to express precision or lack thereof?
> Having looked at the references and the discussion, I'm also puzzled by
> this. It seems to me that the job done by @precision is no longer done
> by any other attribute or combination of attributes. @cert perhaps comes
> cert (certainty) signifies the degree of certainty associated with the
> intervention or interpretation.
> but I'm not sure "intervention or interpretation" extends to assigning a
> date, does it?